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May 28, 2016

Neurology Webinar Video discussing PTC/IIH

The Johns Hopkins Hospital - Neurology

I found this video from Dr. Moghekar discussing the latest in research, diagnosis and treatment for Pseudotumor Cerebri (IIH) 

Dr. Abhay Moghekar focuses on disorders of cerebrospinal fluid physiology like normal pressure hydrocephalus, obstructive hydrocephalus, congenital hydrocephalus, pseudotumor cerebri, CSF otorhhea, CSF rhinorrhea, intracranial hypotension due to spinal CSF leaks and peri-operative management of patients undergoing repair of CSF otorrhea and rhinorrhea.


Pseudotumor Webinar Video

A very interesting video discussing this condition from a medical view point. The video is approximately 1 hour in length.


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